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1. 05-21 Washington mansion family 'killer' named Washington
C. 05-21 Palmyra: Syrian forces trapped civilians Palmyra, Syria
D. 05-21 Kiev prisoners 'admit to being in Russian army' Kiev
4. 05-21 Baltimore grand jury charges six officers in Gray case Baltimore
05-21 Islamic State 'seizes last Syria-Iraq border crossing' al-Tanf, Syria
6. 05-21 South Korea 'nut rage' executive Heather Cho freed South Korea

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Morning News


May.21   Washington Washington mansion family 'killer' named  Police have named Daron Dylon Wint, 34, a man they believe held a family and housekeeper hostage in their home before killing them

Day News


  Syria     Palmyra: Syrian forces trapped civilians Map of Palmyra Syria  The UN says it has received reports that Syrian forces in Palmyra prevented civilians from leaving, ahead of its fall to Islamic State militants

  Kiev Kiev prisoners 'admit to being in Russian army'  Two men captured by Ukrainian troops on Saturday have confessed to being members of the Russian armed forces, a report by OSCE says

  Baltimore Baltimore grand jury charges six officers in Gray case  State Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby announced the revised charges, but the most serious charges - including second-degree murder - remained

Evening News


  Syria     Islamic State 'seizes last Syria-Iraq border crossing'
Map of al-Tanf Syria
  Islamic State militants have seized the last Syrian government-controlled border crossing between Syria and Iraq, a monitoring group says


  South Korea South Korea 'nut rage' executive Heather Cho freed  Former Korean Air executive Heather Cho, who was jailed for an outburst over macadamia nuts, has been freed after winning a court appeal

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